武官10 3/4 英寸，27.3 厘米；文官10 7/8 英寸27.7 厘米高。
Chinese sancai, three-colour glazed pottery equestrian group, with Central Asian male rider modelled with his hands raised to hold the reins, wearing a green glazed long jacket with chestnut lapels, his face unglazed and heightened in black, white and red pigment, with detailed paint to his hair and Phrygian cap, fu tou, also in black tied at the back, the piebald horse standing with the head turned to the left with ears pricked and green splashes on a cream ground with three-colour saddle cloth and chestnut hoofs, the base unglazed.
15 1⁄2 inches, 39.3 cm high.
Tang Dynasty, 7th – early 8th century.
Fitted wood box.